Northern Ireland Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom to the northeast and occupies one-sixth the area of the island of Ireland. From the two major ports of Larne and Belfast, passengers and cargo can travel between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The capital of Northern Ireland is Belfast – famous for its shipyards, in which the place where the Titanic was built has become a must-visit tourist attraction for international students. And yet, Short Brothers’ first aircraft factory was also established in Belfast. Therefore, choosing to study in the UK in Northern Ireland, students will be immersed in an innovative research environment, because Northern Ireland is one of the leading places in the revolution of knowledge, science and technology. Karma.|Weather: The weather in July and August is considered the most pleasant and warm in Northern Ireland with temperatures around 14°C – 18°C; In winter, the temperature drops below zero and there will be snow.|Cost of living: £10,000 – £11,000/year|Major cities in Wales: Belfast, Londonderry, Lisburn, etc.